Climate and Energy

***SOLD OUT*** Science, Decision Making & the Law The Impact Assessment Cat in the Science Hat **THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT** Although science is crucial to the integrity of environmental decision making and impact assessment, a number of challenges exist in how science is gathered, presented, and interpreted by...

Overhaul of Alberta’s Remediation Certificate Regulation On June 1, 2018 the Government of Alberta passed the Remediation Certificate Amendment Regulation by Order in Council. This regulation updates the current Remediation Certificate Regulation and re-names it the Remediation Regulation. The changes introduced by the Remediation Regulation are...

Spring Reports of the CESD   The Commissioner of Environment and Sustainable Development (CESD) recently released her Spring 2018 Reports.  There are three Reports: Report 1: Salmon Farming; Report 2: Canada’s Preparedness to Implement the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals; and Report 3: Conserving Biodiversity along with The...

The Environmental Law Centre is pleased to announce a new webinar series. The webinars are based on current areas of focus at the ELC and seek to address how laws and regulations can contribute to managing environmental impacts on habitat, water or air. Topics for the 2018...

For Immediate Posting Notice - Summer Law Student Position Accepting Applications for May - August 2018 Placement    Rate:    $20.00/hour   APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 13th 2018 The Environmental Law Centre invites applications from law students attending a Canadian university for a student research assistant position for May-August, 2018. Applicants...

An Update on the Federal Carbon Pricing Backstop: Draft Legislation and a Regulatory Framework Released   The need for a federal carbon pricing backstop was articulated in the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change which, among other things, sets a benchmark for pricing carbon emissions...